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Carole Nash Motorcycle Live “one to remember”, says organisers.

The organisers of the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live at the NEC have hailed the show to be “awesome, absolutely awesome”. Almost 100,000 people attended, despite the event taking place during some of the worst November weather Britain has experienced for years. Highlights included stands from 38 manufacturers, plus an opening by reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo.  Show organiser Finlay McAllan ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 14 December 2010

Suzuki release new prices for 2011

Suzuki has released new prices for 2011, due to VAT increasing to 20%. The price of the Gladius SFV650 is now £5,465, which has increased by £116 based on its 2010 price of £5,349. Find a used Suzuki for sale The GSX1250FA has increased to £7,865 by £166 from £7,699.  The GSX1250FA Sports Touring has had a price increase to £8,375 ...

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  • General news
  • 10 December 2010

Ducati and AMG confirm MotoGP partnership

Ducati has announced that AMG, the high performance arm of the Mercedes-Benz, will be supporting its MotoGP factory team for 2011. This means the AMG logo will join those of Marlboro and TIM on Valentino Rossi’s GP11 and leathers next season and confirms a rumour that has been circulating for some time. Mercedes-AMG CEO Ola Källenius said “AMG and Ducati ...

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  • General news
  • 09 December 2010

First Norton Café Racer goes to owner

The first production version of Norton’s third new commando variant – the Café Racer – has been handed over to its new owner, motorcycle industry legend Maurice Feltham. Maurice, 71, who founded CMC motorcycles in Chesterfield, brought the silver Café Racer at last year’s NEC show and travelled to Norton HQ at Donington Park recently to receive its keys from ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 07 December 2010

Pothole season to be the “worst ever”

A leading road maintenance website has warned that this winter could be the “worst ever” for potholes, following the early cold snap. Potholes.co.uk has seen a “100% increase” in the amount of visitors to their website in the past week, double the amount as this time last year after the covering of snow all around the country. Last year, it ...

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  • General news
  • 06 December 2010

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